“Witty,” “moving” and “phenomenal”—audiences are loving Mfoniso Udofia’s Her Portmanteau, playing through March 31 at The Strand (1:39)!


The cast and creative team of A.C.T.'s production of Mfoniso Udofia’s Her Portmanteau visited the Museum of the African Diaspora in downtown San Francisco to see their latest exhibit “Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem.” (2:51):


“Invigorating!” and “wondrous to behold!”—see what critics are saying about Mfoniso Udofia’s Her Portmanteau (0:30)!


From an extraordinary new voice in American theater comes this taut and achingly poignant drama exploring the multigenerational bonds of a Nigerian family living in the United States (1:01):


Mfoniso Udofia explains the layers of meaning behind the title of her play, Her Portmanteau (1:13):


Ever wish you could sit down and have a chat with one of your favorite playwrights or directors?
Pam MacKinnon
and Mfoniso Udofia sat down with us to talk about what it takes to be an actor,
how that affects her work as a playwright, and the A.C.T. production of Her Portmanteau (11:34):




Production Photos

by Kevin Berne

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